It is crazy to think that in the USA, officials have an offer bribe people so they can get them vaccinated against covid-19, especially since people in other countries would do anything to have access and roll up their sleeves for free. Still, given the threat of a super infectious variant of Delta, trust me,, I’m not here to judge. On the contrary, I have only two words tell teens: for free AirPods.
On Saturday, Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced starting this weekend, teenagers between the ages of 12 and 17 who receive their first vaccine at selected high schools in the area will receive free AirPods. In addition to the AirPod, young people will also be involved in a weekly draw starting at the end of the month to win an iPad with headphones (eight winners each week) and a $ 25,000 scholarship (two winners each week).
The youth vaccine donation campaign will run from August 7 to September 30, and the weekly draw of additional prizes begins on August 30.
Because many of these young people need their parents to take them for vaccinations, Bowser has given the benefit to adults as well. Parents and guardians will receive a $ 51 Visa gift card for each young person they take to get their first injection.
While you may shake your head, Washington, D.C. isn’t the only place offering incentives to get people vaccinated. In June, West Virginia Discovered a lottery program with prizes such as hunting rifles, shotguns, new trucks, a million dollars, and lifelong hunting and fishing licenses. At about the same time, California said he would have “$ 50,000 on Fridays” and would share 30 prizes in that amount, as well as six paid vacations. In Hawaii, meanwhile, officials have been sharing airline miles, return flights from Southwest Airlines, for a year for free pizza and more.
According to Government of Washington, DC, from 2 August, it is estimated that 64.6% of the population received the least one dose of vaccine. Estimated 55.1% were fully vaccinated. For reference, at the national level, 71% of people are over 18 years old received at least one dose and 61.1% of those in this group fully vaccinated, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have been reported on Sunday. The capital has had 51,103 COVID-19 cases since March 2020.